Welcome to this week's remarkably calm and silly Wolfcast review of The Breaker of Chains, in which Shellfish (Peter) decries the lack of krakens in Denmark; the Podcast Bard (Jed) advocates the use of Molestown condoms; Patrick The Tall baptises Middlefinger "Petyrphile"; Nadia flips all kinds of tables; Imogen.OB suspects the Nordic contingent's knowledge of Molestown brothels; Regula Roone (Seif) wonders if we will see Satin and Bina007 wonders what FTWard's problem is with potatoes.
If you just want to get to the discussion of the notorious Jaime-Cersei crypt scene, it starts at 1h17m. The unusually long and gag-free aftershow begins at 1h41m. It is surprisingly earnest and covers everything from Westerosi religion to the importance of direwolves to the Stark children to the nature of Bloodraven and more besides.
Warning: Contains spoilers for all published books in George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire
Edited by Bina007 lovingly using images and sounds from the glorious Monty Python and the Holy Grail.